Betty’s tea cozy is made of New Zealand opossum blended with wool to illustrate her love of weaving and wool. The sheep are needle felted, another one of her fiber-related favorites.
Laura’s love of animals resulted in a series of knitted cable squares each from a different animal.
Kathy, Jacque and Amber admire Jackie’s tea towel woven in 8-shaft rosepath–a loving tribute to her grandmother and her own love of gardening.
Teresa created a beautiful triangular shawl, decorated with hair-pin lace flowers, to match her colorful creation.
Nancy wove two spectacular wall hangings and embellished them with her life’s story. The first was decorated with her family’s history through her college days and the second was full of her memories since then.
Jacque showed her love of North Carolina by creating a wall plaque of the state motto in double weave pick-up.
Linda explained her love of all things sheep and demonstrated how her wrist distaff worked with a drop spindle.
Mary challenged herself to created a colorful, woven wall hanging to illustrate her love of color and oil painting.
Teri explained that she came from a family of crocheters and created a beautiful crocheted basket with leather straps to honor her family’s tradition.
Andy made a bag in which she incorporated some of her favorite things: her dog’s hair, Inkle loom weaving and Glen Brown art work.
Sharon made an imaginative heart from grape vine which she decorated with family mementos, along with memorabilia from all her needle and shuttle craft interests.